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This section of the book Medieval Capital Markets: Markets for renten, State Formation and Private Investment in Holland (1300-1550) presents a table titled 'Interest rates losrenten'. The table is divided into the following headings: Year, Interest rate (%), and Source. The book talks about the emergence of markets for private debt and interest rates. At the end of the Middle Ages, public bodies had established market structures that allowed them to raise substantial sums by selling renten at low interest rates. The book also deals with government funding in Northwest Europe and markets for public debt.

Keywords: government funding; Holland; interest rates; Northwest Europe; private investment; renten



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